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Lady SabO – Official Video Press Kit & “Down To Ride (Everyday)” (Video)

by Miracle


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Female rapper Lady SabO decided to share a little bit more of herself as an artist by putting together a video press kit. The video is set to the tune of a track by SabO called “Dreamin” which features fellow artists B.u. (BlackWorld Music Group) and KB (Hit Em Hard Entertainment). The song is set to be released sometime this month. The visuals are compiled of interview footage with Brandon Marcel of The Indie Report, performance footage, and music video snippets & cameos. The clips come from various Milwaukee videographers such as: $killz, Joey Dee, Sergio Soprano, etc. The viewer is privy to her unique mannerisms when she spits, her crazy energy when rocking the mic live, and a few personal details about the Self Made Original artist. Check out the press kit below and readers can peep Lady SabO’s latest set of visuals for her single “Down To Ride (Everyday)” after the break.


Last month, SabO released a flick for her song off of the NAK Affiliated compilation mixtape. The tape features a collection of some of Milwaukee’s top talents and was produced by Big Curse. The record is a sedated number with fresh probing content. The video was shot by Sergio Soprano (EsGee Films). It pretty much centers around SabO as she does some traveling on a train. She also meanders about the train station and yard. It is a pretty tame piece in comparison to Sergio’s previous works as far as effects, transitions, etc. However, the crisp clean look works out nicely too. It really plays on the tone of the song which is a more reserved side of SabO as well. Overall, the song and video are both worthwhile offerings that deserve to be heard and seen.
**My Two Cents: It was cool learning a bit more about SabO as I just really started getting into her and her music. Also, the video press kit was a neat idea. Not too many artists are utilizing press kits of any form like they should. So it is refreshing seeing an artist stepping things up a bit. And I really dig the song / video too. Quality work from the young talent. Readers can keep up with Lady SabO on Twitter. -MinM

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